CUPE 561 members ratify pension plan transfer
COQUITLAM – CUPE 561 members ratified the agreement to transfer active employees in the SD43 Non-Teaching Pension Plan (NTPP) to the BC Municipal Pension Plan (MPP) with 97 per cent of members voting in favour. Ballots were counted on Saturday after the last of three meetings for members to hear details about the plan and vote on […]
CUPE 358 ratifies mediator’s report
DUNCAN – CUPE Local 358 members at the Cowichan Valley Regional District (CVRD), have ratified the recommendations of a BC Labour Relations Board (LRB) appointed mediator.
Community Social Services sector holds bargaining survey
BURNABY—With its collective agreement expiring on March 31 next year, CUPE’s Community Social Services sector is holding a bargaining survey to canvass member priorities in preparation for the next round of bargaining. “CUPE is seeking a freely negotiated settlement that addresses our members’ priorities, so the bargaining committee needs members’ input and support,” said CUPE […]
Registration deadline extended for Health Bargaining Conference
BURNABY—The deadline to register for CUPE’s Health Care Bargaining Conference has been extended to January 29. The conference, a one-day gathering for CUPE members in the Health Science Professionals Bargaining Association and Community Bargaining Association, will be held on Tuesday, February 6 at the Inn at the Quay in New Westminster. To register for the […]
CUPE health sector to hold bargaining conference in February
BURNABY—Registration is now open for the CUPE Health Care Bargaining Conference, a one-day gathering for CUPE members in the Health Science Professionals Bargaining Association and Community Bargaining Association. The conference, to be held on Tuesday, February 6 at the Inn at the Quay in New Westminster, will feature a guest speech from BC Health […]
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